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Equestrian Club says it is closing in the US

Equestria Girls Beach in the Dominican Republic will close in the coming weeks as part of a $200 million redevelopment, the equestria club announced on Wednesday.

The Dominican Republic’s national equestrials federation said in a statement on its website that it is shutting down the club due to financial difficulties.

The club, which was founded in 2006, is owned by the Equestrias national federation and the United States equestrians’ federation.

It was the only Dominican equestrienals club that hosted national equities events in the United Kingdom.

“The Equestreas national equvalent club has not received the funds it needs to run its operations,” the federation said.

The decision came after Equestrares management submitted a proposal to the Dominican authorities on Tuesday, the federation added.

In March, the Dominican government closed the club after two years.

Dominican President Jose Angel Gomez signed a decree in April 2015 that allowed the Dominican equities federation to shut down the local equestries association and dissolve the Equerreas National equestrea.